Category Archives: JFK Assassination

Fifty Four Years Ago Today: Never Settle

Fifty four years ago, John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. In a feat that has never been matched since, the Dallas Police Department apprehended a suspect in less than an hour, though no witness saw him take a shot. The toll this horrific event has taken on the progression of politics, culture, acceptable behavior,…
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DAY SIX! Pieces of the Puzzle: The Boys of CUSA

Here is the entry for Day Six teasing you about contents in my new book, "Pieces of the Puzzle." CUSA or Conservatism USA was the brainchild of Larrie Schmidt, a passionate conservative, lover of politics and precursor to Roger Stone. He and his friends Bernard Weissman, Bill Burley, Norman Baker, Larry Jones and a few…
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Day FIVE: Pieces of the Puzzle: Movies and a Shooting?

  Day Five: Pieces of the Puzzle; Movies and a Shooting? One of the strangest things occurred on April 10, 1963. This was the night Lee Oswald supposedly took a bus with a rifle to Turtle Creek from his home in Oak Cliff; at least 20 miles away and took a shot at General Walker.…
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Day FOUR of Pieces of the Puzzle: Chris Scally and the Nix Film

This is Day Four of the introduction to my new book, "Pieces of the Puzzle" giving you hints as to what it is about. Chris Scally, the much-respected and highly lauded researcher of the JFK community has studied the Nix Film for years and has included a chapter in this book. I often think he…
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